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Honeywell will install wood-fueled energy systems at two New Hampshire school districts, heating two buildings in each district and saving them a combined $3.7 million over the next 15 years. The company will also perform several needed upgrades in both districts.

The Pembroke and Winnisquam school districts will finance the improvements and use the energy and operational savings the upgrades produce to pay for the work, according to Honeywell, which guarantees savings through a 15-year performance contract. Both districts will also receive funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for the projects, resulting in no required up-front capital or additional money from the districts' budgets.
 

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